We should say, Paris smashing the gays is not a first coming from celebrities. Celebrities insulting the gays is well-known and the apologies to follow are common. When it comes to Paris Hilton’s comments about the gay community, unfortunately, this is what we expect from the socialite, all we could say is, oh Paris.
If you have watched Paris Hilton over the years, you would have detected long time ago that she is not the brightest bulb. Don’t be fooled by her success in making millions from various businesses, Paris comes from a wealthy family and with a stinking rich family, you too can get a bankroll to start up an empire and have doors open for you to walk through. Since the reign of Kim Kardashian, Paris has fallen off the scene as the it girl of reality television, and she seemingly thought the best way to climb back in the hearts of many is to make nasty gay remarks, all while riding in a cab:
Gay guys are the horniest people in the world, the Hilton heiress can be heard saying. They’re disgusting. Dude, most of them probably have AIDS.
And sure enough, Paris’ gay remarks has given her a whole lot of attention, just not the type she was hoping for. Since Paris’ gay trashing was recorded in a taxi cab and released for the world to hear, her publicist gave this explanation:
“Paris Hilton’s comments were to express that it is dangerous for anyone to have unprotected sex that could lead to a life threatening disease. As she was being shown the website her comments were in reference to those people promoting themselves on the site. The cab driver who recorded this, only provided a portion of the conversation.It was not her intent to make any derogatory comments about all gays.”
Question… why would Paris knowing that she is a celebrity even express her personal feelings while riding in a cab. She should understand that there is always someone out there looking to profit off her
As anyone close to me knows, I always have been and always will be a huge supporter of the gay community. I am so sorry and so upset that I caused pain to my gay friends, fans and their families with the comments heard this morning. I was having this private conversation with a friend of mine who is gay and our conversation was in no way towards the entire gay community. It is the last thing that I would ever want to do and I cannot put into words how much I wish I could take back every word.HIV/AIDS can hurt anyone, gay and straight, men and women. It’s something I take very seriously and should not have been thrown around in conversation.Gay people are the strongest and most inspiring people I know. It is so wrong when people bully or put down others for being gay. No one should have to go through that. Again, I am so sorry from the bottom of my heart and I feel absolutely horrible. I hope that everyone can accept my apology and know that it is not who I am or how I feel in any way.Thank you for taking a minute to read this, I love you.